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Finally...

Looking great! Is that a Noctua C14S? One fan exhausting out the top right? How is it treating you? smile.gif
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Looking great! Is that a Noctua C14S? One fan exhausting out the top right? How is it treating you? smile.gif

so far so good. I have a meh 4770k. The mobo I have will have an issue with dark rock TF so I went with noctua and replaced the brown fan with b14 PS nb-eloop.

My system is quiet unless it's right next to me. Temps are under control. Still running ROG real bench.
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I love the shock mount drive system. Made my WD 2tb Black quiet...
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Some more bits for my BH7.

Went with one Demciflex filter on the bottom and using two of these Silverstone ones for the front two fans, look like they should do a great job.
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Interested in the sonic character of the ML 120 Pros, do they really float in midair when they spin up and remain inaudible up to 100% pwr?

Only the sound of air molecules moving rapidly? smile.gif
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Great build and this picture is not giving me any faith on having a front fan next to my gpu because it is 20mm longer but I have hope that the slim 13mm I bought will go in. Just have to be patience and wait to see when my BH7 arrives.
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Those are some nice fans I forgot about them when I ordered my top fans for my BH7 might have to wait to see how you like them and how they perform and get a pair.
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This is the pump setup i'm going with, i'll still be able to see plenty of the gpu and the aluminium housing on the pump matches the case perfectly.

Also it's not blocking any airflow to the gpu, will be used with Black Nanoxia fittings and the Bitspower 12mm Nickel tubing.. i'll be starting shortly i think.
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I edited the post to add one more measurement needed "pink arrow".

I hope you get plenty of sleep Jim and hopefully [finger's crossed] you can really help with measurements after pdxlan, and maybe [finger's crossed] a bh2 custom loop build of your own to show the community what can be done with this bh2 itx case.

It would help a-lot of people here with many ideas that everyone has but lack many measurements needed.

By the way according to my image, if you wanted to mount that res/pump in that horizontal orientation at the front ... how would you do it?
There aren't any holes there to use that mount i linked.
Any ideas? I hate modding.

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